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Robert Lee Galloway 
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Julia Elizabeth Tunnell 
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In July, 1977, Dr. Barbara Brightwell joined Southwestern as the Dean for Student Development. Since that 
time, her presence has been felt continuously by the entire university community. Her ideas have had a 
significant impact on the students and administration with whom she has been associated. 

In May, we learned of her decision to move on and develop her "whole person" concept of counseling in 
another setting. Even as we know she will be missed, we wish her the best of luck in her new venture. 

The 1984 Sou'Wester is dedicated to Dr. Barbara Hinson Brightwell. This is one small way of saying thanks 
for all she has done. 



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Robert Lee Galloway 
Editor 








Julia Elizabeth Tunnell 
Assistant Editor 



Dedication 19 




Southwestern University's campus has been 
called one of Texas' most beautiful and best- 
planned college facilities. Located in a 
residential area on the eastern edge of the 
city, the 31 buildings situated on 500 acres 
supply an unusually fine environment for 
living and learning. 

The Administration Building, completed in 

1900, has been renovated through grants 

made by the Cullen Foundation. Following 

the official opening and dedication on 

October 14, 1977, it was renamed The Roy 

and Lillie Cullen Building in memory of 

the late, Roy and Lillie Cullen, distinguished 

citizens and exemplary philanthropists of 

Texas. Both the Cullen Building and the 

Mood-Bridwell Hall, erected in 1908, are 

included in the Federal Registry of Historic 

Sites. Mood Hall, named for Dr. Francis A. 

Mood, first regent of the University, was 

renovated and restored with grants from the 

J. S. Bridwell Foundation of Wichita Falls, 

and the J. E. and L. E. Mabee Foundation, 

Inc. of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The building was 

formally reopened and dedicated in October 

of 1978, with the name of Mood-Bridwell 

Hall. These two buildings house 

administrative and faculty offices and 

classrooms. 

In the center of the campus stands the 

Bishops Memorial Union, built in 1958, a 

popular campus meeting place housing 

student and faculty lounges, a snack bar, 

bookstore, game rooms, student offices, the 

Union Theatre, conference rooms, 

publications offices, and the campus post 

office. It is named for the six United 

Methodist bishops who were either alumni or 

staff of Southwestern. 

Cody Memorial Library, one of the area's 

finest college libraries, contains more than 

143,000 catalogued volumes and subscribes to 

some 500 periodicals and newspapers. The 

structure is a blend of classic and modern 

architecture; in 1966 a modern smooth 

limestone and glass building was constructed 

and connected to the original building which 

had been dedicated in 1939. The 1966 

construction and renovation was made 

possible by a gift from the Brown 

Foundation, Inc. of Houston, and gifts from 

friends of Mr. Herman Brown, a member of 

the University's Board of Trustees for many 

years. 
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The School of Fine Arts is housed in the 

Alma Thomas Fine Arts Center, erected 

in 1956 and the gift of the late Mrs. Alma 

Thomas of Austin, a long-time trustee of the 

University. The three-story building contains 

a theatre, recital hall, art gallery, offices, 

studios, and practice rooms. Gifts from the 

Hobitzelle Foundation of Dallas in 1973 and 

1978 have made possible the air conditioning 

of the building, the renovation of the theatre, 

art studios, and recital hall, and the 

installation of safety equipment and of access 

facilities for the physically impaired. 

Facing the Cody Memorial Library across the 
center campus is the Lois Perkins Chapel, 

a semi-Gothic structure of native limestone, 
seating 580, where weekly chapel services and 
other events of religious nature are held. The 
chapel was erected in 1950 by a gift from the 
late Mr. J. J. Perkins of Wichita Falls, and is 

named in honor of Mrs. Perkins, an alumna 
of the University. The chapel was completely 

renovated through a gift from Mr. and Mrs. 

Charles Prothro of Wichita Falls, to honor 

her mother, Mrs. Perkins. Mr. Prothro served 

on the board of Trustees for 30 years, and as 

its chairman for 11 of those years. 

Students take their meals in the University 

Commons, one of the most architecturally 

interesting buildings on the campus. 

Completed in 1966, the Commons features a 

circular main dining room and includes 

student and faculty lounges and dining rooms 

and the University's Board Room. 

Jim West Gymnasium, seating 800 and 

providing facilities for athletics, physical 

education, and recreational activities, was 

erected in 1941 and completely renovated in 

1974 through gifts from the J. M. West 

Corporation of Houston. 

The Fondren-Jones Science Hall 

furnishes classroom and laboratory facilities 
for the University's curriculum in the 
sciences. The original building was completed 
in 1954 as a gift from Mrs. W. W. Fondren of 
Houston. With gifts from the Houston 
Endowment Foundation, Inc. of Houston, the 
building was completely renovated during 
1980 - 81 and furnished with the best in 
modern equipment to the science program. 
Formerly called the Fondren Science Hall, 
the building was opened and rededicated in 
the fall of 1981. The new name, the Fondren- 
Jones Science Hall, recognizes the long 
friendship between Jesse H. Jones, founder of 
the Houston Endowment Inc., and 
Southwestern University. 

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Martin Ruter Hall was erected in 1955 in 

honor of Martin Ruter, pioneer Methodist 

missionary and educator. Funds for the 

building were provided by the Central Texas, 

Southwest Texas, and Texas Conferences of 

the United Methodist Church. 

The Field House houses the Student 

Development Center which includes offices 

for health education, career development, 

personal counseling and testing. 

The Sid Richardson Physical Education 

Center, dedicated September 25, 1976, was 

made possible through a gift from the Sid W. 

Richardson Foundation of Fort Worth. 

McCullough Hall was made possible 

through a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Marvin 

McCollough of Fort Worth. Located on the 

east wing of McCollough Hall is Laura 

Kuykendall Hall. It is a women's residence 

hall erected in 1926 and completed 

remodeled and air conditioned in 1967. It is 

named in honor of the late Laura 

Kuykendall, for many years dean of women 

of the University. Directly east of this hall is 

Kurth Residence Hall for women. It was 

completed in 1962 and named in honor of the 

late Mr. E. L. Kurth, and alumnus, 

benefactor, and long time trustee of the 

University. 




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Moody-Shearn Hall is one of two residence 
halls making up a complex occupying the 
northwest corner of the campus. The halls 
were put into use in 1966. A gift of the 
Moody Foundation of Galveston, Moody- 
Shearn was named in honor of Mr. John 
Shearn, an early graduate of Rutersville 
College, one of the parent schools of 
Southwestern University, and in honor of 
Mr. William Lewis Moody, Jr. Herman 
Brown Hall is the second residence hall in 
the complex, which features exterior corridors 
and private courtyards. Both halls provide 
accomodations in four-student suites. 
Construction of Herman Brown Hall was 
made possible by a matching gift from the 
Brown Foundation, Inc. of Houston, and the 
generous gifts of Mr. Herman Brown, who 
served on the University Board of Trustees 

for 20 years. 

The Kyle E. White Religious Activities 

Center, erected in 1956, provides modern and 

specialized facilities for classes and programs 

in religious education. The building was 

made possible through a gift from Mrs. Kyle 

E. White of Anahuac, in memory of her 

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The McCook-Crain Clinic, erected in 1953 

in memory of two alumni, Lieutenant Charles 

W. McCook and Mr. E. L. Crain, houses the 

University Relations offices including 

information services, publications, special 

events, and alumni affairs. 

The International House, formerly the 

home of University presidents, is a residence 

for students interested in academic and 

cultural affairs in other countries. 

The President's Home, overlooking the 

Kurth Golf Course, was a gift of the late Mr. 

and Mrs. P. E. Turner of Houston and was 

given to the University to honor former 

President and Mrs. Durwood Fleming. 

The campus has been beautified through 

several gifts including that of the late Mr. 

Neely G. Landrum and Mr. James N. 

Landrum of Dallas, which provided funds to 

construct the Landrum Memorial 

Fountain and mall in honor of their daughter 

and sister, Mrs. Marguerite Landrum 

Williams. The late Mr. Neely Landrum also 

supplied the campus sprinkler system so 

important in maintaining the beauty of the 

campus. 



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Located on the western portion of the 

campus are four fraternity houses which 

house men. Each house is the center of 

fraternity activities, and is the site of many 

social events during the year. They all 

contain living areas, kitchens, dining area, & 

recreational areas. These buildings house Xi 

Chapter of Kappa Alpha Order, Iota Chapter 

of Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Texas Gamma 

Chapter of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, and 

Alpha Omicron Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha 

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Head counts for the fall semester are in; 998 



Students become acquainted with a visitor on c. 
virus, known as the "Georgetown Grunge." 

Faculty Recital by Mrs. Virginia Dupuy. 

Sororities extend bids to upperclass women. 
All Greek Party at Rowe Valley kicks off Gree 
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Mens' and Womens' Basketball teams eliminated from playoffs. 
Sandra Hobbs wins Speech Contest. 



Spring Break! 



Berg and Dr. Michael Brown : 



Brown Symposium VI: Paul Berg and Dr. Michael Brown speak on 
Molecular cloning of human genes. 

Fort Worth Chamber Orchestra and Westminster Choir perform at 
Symposium Dinner. 




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MARY KAY 
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Departmental Awards 



BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT: Charles Douglas Thompson 
CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT: Paul Kevin Ross 
ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: 

The Wall Street Journal Achievement Award: Sandy 

Langford-McKinnon, Accounting Excellence Award: David 

Andrew Hansen 
FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT: Mark Edward 

Scott, Gertrude Solomon Award for Excellence in French: 

Sheryl J. Avaritt 
HISTORY DEPARTMENT: Tami Lynn Curtis 
MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT: Nancy Sue Bostrom 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT: Jackson 0. 

Pace and Nancy Ann Seiler 
PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT: Mitzie Lee Pyle 
SOCIOLOGY DEPARTMENT: 

Frank E. Luska Award: Patricia S. Eason 
ART DEPARTMENT: 

The Bob Lancaster Award: Catherine E. Fisher 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT: 

Mary Lynn Webb Starnes Music Award: Lee Ann Brashear 
Dean Henry E. Meyer Memorialk Composition Award: Lee 

THEATRE AND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 
DEPARTMENT: Susan Greenlaw and Colleen Willis 
Angus Springer Memorial Scholarship in Theatre: Candace 
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Greek Honors 




JONI WILLIS 
Kappa Alpha Rose 




TARA HULSE 

Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl 



RUSSELL MARTIN 

Zeta Tau Alpha's White Violet Man 



Honors 49 




Front Row. L to R. - Trainer John Evans, Kerry Zastoupil, Tom Sweeny, Jeff Bobby Deaton, Allen Bijou, George Cash, Danny Whitteaker, Asst. Coach 
McClain, Darryl Ward, Andre Higgs, Trainer Russell Stone. Jackson Pace, Coach Paul Peak. 

Second Row. - Student Coach Curtis Vick, Mike Shirley, Russell Moritz, 



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Kerry Zastoupil 



Tom Sweeny 



Andre Higgs 



Mike Shirley 




Allen Bijou 



George Cash 



Danny Whitteaker 



Russell Moritz 




Jeff McClain 



Trainer Russell Stone 



Trainer John Evans 



Asst. Coach Jackson Pace 



52 Sports 



Pirate Basketball 
1983-84 Results 



DATE 


OPPONENT 


S U 


OPP. 


11-18 


Angelo State 


83 


90 


11-19 


Tarleton State 


108 


66 


11-22 


Angelo State 


74 


76 


11-25 


Our Lady of the Lake 


88 


66 


11-26 


Tarleton 


98 


65 


11-28 


S.M.U. 


71 


90 


11-29 


Texas Christian Univ. 


81 


82 


12- 2 


Schreiner 


89 


82 


12- 3 


Our Lady of the Lake 


70 


57 


12- 5 


Texas A&M 


66 


71 


12- 7 


St. Edwards 


80 


76 


1- 9 


St. Mary's 


71 


101 


1- 9 


Concordia 


89 


72 


1-10 


St. Mary's 


70 


79 


1-10 


Concordia 


75 


82 


1-13 


Midwestern 


87 


78 


1-18 


St. Edward's 


73 


67 


1-20 


Our Lady of the Lake 


97 


53 


1-28 


Cameron 


64 


66 


1-31 


Tarleton 


71 


73 


2- 4 


Schreiner 


98 


65 


2- 6 


Mary Hardin-Baylor 


110 


48 


2-11 


Texas Wesleyan 


79 


66 


2-17 


Cameron 


85 


94 


2-18 


Midwestern 


84 


73 


2-21 


St. Mary's 


66 


58 


2-23 


Schreiner 


114 


73 


2-25 


Texas Wesleyan 


85 


66 


3- 3 


Texas Lutheran 


83 


77 


3- 6 


St. Mary's 


60 


72 



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Front Row. L to R. - Susan Kirkel, Ann Hargrove, Kim Dykes, Tela Lindsey, Second Row. - Coach Glada Munt, Carol Fleuriet, Pam Campbell, Lisa Mens- 
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Volleyball 
1983-84 



On Wednesday, September 28th, the Southwestern University Pirate Volleyball team received 
word that it was ranked No. 2 nationally. Second only to the University of Hawaii, Hilo. This is 
the result of the first poll of the season released by the National Association of Intercollegiate 
Athletics. 



Members of the 1983-84 season 


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Susan Zirkel 


San Antonio 


Sr. 


Kim Dykes 


Lake Jackson 


Jr. 


Debbie Williamson 


New Braunfels 


Jr. 


Carol Shiller 


Houston 


Jr. 


Carol Fleuriet 


Donna 


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Pam Campbell 


Round Rock 


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Sharon Pflughaupt 


Spring Branch 


Soph 


Ann Hargrove 


San Antonio 


Fr. 


Tela Lindsey 


Nohahans 


Fr. 


Vickie Garcia 


Palacious 


Fr. 


Lisa Mensing 


Carrollton 


Fr. 


Kathy Chapman 


Arlington 


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Coach Glada Munt 







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SU Basketball 





Front Row. L to R. - Carolyn Guyton, Wendy Stinston, Julie Wright, LaMar- Third Row. - Teri Parvin, Mindy Lackey, Janet Havelka, Trainer Brenda 

riol Smith. Vick, Coach Reda Clay, Trainer Debbie Nedbaleck, Lisa Caviel, Kathy Pat- ' 

Second Row. - Adrianne Jones, Janiece Gray, Lela Robertson, Nancy Seiler, rick. 
Beth Klein. 



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Kathy Patrick 



Julie Wright 



Carolyn Guyton 



LaMarriol Smith 




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Beth Klein 



Lisa Caviel 



Lela Robertson 



Mindy Lackey 




Nancy Seiler 



Janiece Gray 



Wendy Stinson 



Teri Parvin 



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SU Tennis 
SU Tennis 




Front Row. L to R. - Coach Tex Kassen, Susan Zirkel, John Hill, Juliana Third Row. - Steve Hales, Nancy Seiler, Andrew James, Mary Akin, Frank 
Gileau. Langhorst. 

Second Row. - Wood Sakkers, Amy Ross, Brent Farney, Jennifer Clonts. 



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Front Row. L to R. - Wayne Schuffield, Richard Bietter, Joe Evans, Jeff Kyle Ballard. 

Giusti, Loren Hudson, Pete Wellman, Mike Patronella, Bruce Winters, Danny Third Row. - Coach James Ellison, Jeff Livin, John Beitter, Bill Rundzieher.l 

Vallanueva, Tom Collins. Clay Sakewitz, Mike Cavers, Charlie Hart, Robert Zearfoss, Danny Cohen,i| 

Second Row. - Terry Ebner, Guy Fisher, Russell Martin, Rodney Kaase, Coach Jim Mallon. 

Danny Mickan, Brady Bohanan, Phil Wellman, Kevin Kalinec, Scott Neal, 



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Pirate Baseball 
1983-84 Results 



DATE 


OPPONENT 


SU 


OPP. 


2-15 


Paul Quinn 


15- 3 


11- 


2-19 


Southewest Texas 


10- 


12- 1 


2-25 


Hardin Simmons 


8-10 


8-18 


2-26 


Louisianna Tech. 


17- 7 




2-29 


Baylor 


3- 4 


7- 9 


3- 2 


North Texas 


12- 3 


11- 


3- 3 


North Texas . 


14-10 


11- 1 


3- 6 


T. C. U. 


10- 9 




3-10 


Sam Houston 


6- 2 


2- 1 


3-14 


Huston-Tillotson 


13- 


14- 1 


3-15 


Texas A'&M 


5- 8 


2- 1 


3-16 


Trinity 


11- 1 


6- 1 


3-17 


Mary Harding-Baylor 


15- 3 


5- 1 


3-21 


Southwest Texas 


9- 4 


13- 3 


3-24 


Buena Vista 


10- 


11- 1 


3-27 


St. Edwards 


10- 4 




3-28 


Huston-Tillotson 


7- 


5- 3 


3-31 


Prarie View 


9- 2 


6- 5 


4- 3 


Univ. of Houston 


2- 9 




4- 4 


Univ. of Houston 


5-11 




4- 6 


Trinity 


6- 4 


11- 


4- 9 


Hardin Simmons 


1- 2 


8- 7 


4-11 


St. Edwards 


17-11 




4-12 


Huston-Tillotson 


5- 3 


9- 8 


4-14 


Sam Houston 


5- 2 


6- 7 


4-16 


Mary Hardin-Baylor 


11- 1 


14- 2 


4-17 


St. Mary's 


9- 3 




4-19 


Schreiner 


17- 


7- 2 


4-24 


Univ. of Texas 
DISTRICT PLAYOFFS 


2- 5 


1- 9 


4-26 


Concordia 


2- 


14- 2 


4-29 


Concordia 


8- 




5- 5 


Mary Hardin-Baylor 


14- 5 




5- 6 


St. Mary's 


12- 2 




5-11 


Texas Lutheran 


15-18 




5-12 


Texas Lutheran 
AREA PLAYOFFS — Phoenix, Arizona 


7- 3 


7- 3 


5-17 


Dallas Baptist 


2- 




5-18 


William Carey 


8- 4 




5-19 


Dallas Baptist 


4-13 




5-20 


Dallas Baptist 


1- 8 


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LaCrosse Club 
1983-84 



This was the first year for the Southwestern LaCrosse Club. 
This club is an independent club composed of mostly 
Southwestern students. The coach for the 1983-84 year has been 
Bill Norris. At their banquet in the Spring Travis Mathis was 
named Most Valuable Player. Randy Smith was chosen by the 
coaches as the most improved player. 



Team members 

Scott Clearman 
Robert Young 
David Witcher 
David Waller 
Randy Smith 
Todd Olsen 
Chris Muir 
Stan Dudrick 
Doug Wipff 
Dan Boobar 
Jeff Wang 



Monte Curtis 
David Patti 
Matt Norris 
Bill Norris 
Treg Taylor 
Jon Rice 
Lee Vandruff 
Jim Weatherford 
Russell Klawunn 
Travis Mathis 
Mike Weir 
Pat Haas 



Sports 67 



FLAG FOOTBALL 
1st: Phi Delta Theta I 
2nd: Pi Kappa Alpha I 
3rd: Kappa Alpha I 

Phi Delta Theta I 
Winning Score: PDT 18 PKA 9 

SINGLES TENNIS 

1st: Ewoud Sakkers (Ind.) 
2nd: Andrew James (Brutes) 
3rd: Frank Pelosi (PDT) 
Hix Hardy (PDT) 

DOUBLES TENNIS 

1st: Ewoud Sakkers/Paul Malson (Ind.) 
2nd: Andrew 1 James/John Hill (Brutes) 
3rd: Paul Solomon/Mark Lewis (PKA) 
Hix Hardy/Tyler Hunter (PDT) 

SOFTBALL: 

1st: Phi Delta Theta I 
2nd: Kappa Alpha I 
3rd: Pi Kappa Alpha I 
Basketball Team 

VOLLEYBALL 

1st: Faculty 

2nd: Kappa Alpha I 

3rd: Phi Delta Theta I 

BOWLING 

1st: Kappa Alpha I 

2nd: Faculty 

3rd: Phi Delta Theta I 

DOUBLES PING PONG 

1st: Paul Solomon/Mark Lewis (PKA) 
2nd: Keane Fedosky/John Hill (Brutes) 
3rd: Mike Matzinger/Mark Sample (PKA) 
Randy Bowden/Statler Mood (PKA) 

SINGLES PING PONG 
1st: Mark Lewis (PKA) 
2nd: Keane Fedosky (Brutes) 
3rd: Jackson Pace (Faculty) 
Les Sanders (PKA) 

SINGLES POOL 

1st: George Hutchinson (KA) 
2nd: Lawrence Thorne (KS) 
3rd: Russell Martin (KA) 
Tom Strenk (KA) 

DOUBLES POOL 

1st: Les Sanders/Mark Lewis (PKA) 



2nd: Randy Bowden/Chris Spier (PKA) 
3rd: Robert Zearfoss/Rob Galloway (KA) 
Keane Fedosky/Brian Weiters (Brutes) 

SINGLES DARTS 

1st: Chris Spier (PKA) 
2nd: Russell Martin (KA) 
3rd: Paul Peak (Faculty) 
Mark Selz (PDT) 

DOUBLES DARTS 

1st: Mike Henry/Statler Mood (PKA) 
2nd: Mark Sample/Mike Matzinger (PKA) 
3rd: Robert De Lair/Bob Wilson (Ind.) 
Scott Sample/Chris Spier (PKA) 

BASKETBALL 

1st: Phi Delta Theta I 
2nd: Kappa Alpha I 
3rd: Faculty 

Phi Delta Theta II 

SINGLES RACKETBALL 
1st: Frank Pelosi (PDT) 
2nd: Jackson Pace (Faculty) 
3rd: Keane Fedosky (Brutes) 
Tim Mc Laughlin (PDT) 

DOUBLES RACKETBALL 

1st: Rick Denman/Nick Sikes (Faculty) 
2nd: Keane Fedosky/Frank Pelosi (PDT) 
3rd: Dan Weeden/Sammy Vick (PKA) 

Tim Mc Laughlin/Tyler Hunter (PDT) 

SU 5000 

1st: Chris Carlson 
2nd: Mark Hsaio 
3rd: John Rogers 
Winning Time: 17:51.58 

GOLF: 

1st: Faculty 

2nd: Pi Kappa Alpha I 

3rd: Phi Delta Theta I 

Low Score: James Ellison (Faculty) 

TRACK: 

3200m run: Al Mulick (PDT) 

100m: Russell Moritz (Basketball Team) 

400m: Pete Akin (KA) 

800m: Tyler Hunter (PDT) 

Long Jump: Tim Mc Laughlin (PDT) 

200m: Tim Mc Laughlin (PDT) 

Discus: Marion Lawler (PDT) 

High Jump: Keane Fedosky (PDT) 



68 Sports 



Intramurals 
1983-84 Results 



1600M: Mark Shaw (Ind.) 
800m relay: Phi Delta Theta 
Mile relay: Phi Delta Theta 
400m relay: Phi Delta Theta 
Shot Put: Mike Moore (KA) 

SWIMMING 
50 yd Free: David Schmachtenberger (PDT) 
50 yd Back: Dan Weeden (PKA) 
50 yd Breast: Keane Fedosky (Brutes) 
50 yd Butterfly: Dan Weeden (PKA) 
100 yd Free: David Schmactenberger (PDT) 
100 yd Free Relay: Phi Delta Theta 
200 yd Medley Relay: Phi Delta Theta 

FINAL RESULTS 
1st: Phi Delta Theta 
2nd: Pi Kappa Alpha 
3rd: Kappa Alpha 
4th: Faculty 
5th: Sloppies 
6th: Kappa Sigma 

BADMINTON 

1st: Samantha Zika (MM) 
2nd: Amy Kane (DDD) 
3rd: Lori Brown (WWIIB) 
Katie Parvin (WWIIB) 

DOUBLES BADMINTON 

1st: Amy Kane/Catherine Spezia (DDD) 
2nd: Jean Janssen/Catherine Kearley (MM) 
3rd: Mary Akin/Anna Abraham (DDD) 

Jan Perkins/Kristen Radford (WWIIB) 

BOWLING 

1st: Delta Delta Delta 

2nd: Alpha Delta Pi 

3rd: World War II Bombers 

BASKETBALL 
1st: Generic Team 
2nd: The Team 
3rd: Delta Delta Delta 

DOUBLES RACKETBALL 

1st: Juli Gilaue/Patti Summerall (GT) 
2nd: Mary Akin/Sheree Reynolds (DDD) 
3rd: Lori Brown/Karen Schroeder (WWIIB) 

Su 5000 

1st: Kaye King (Ind.) 

2nd: Jennifer Moeser (Ind.) 

3rd: Ruth Davis (MM) 

SWIMMING 
50 yd Free: Kim Mc Cullough (DDD) 



50 yd Breast: Cindy Lund (ZTA) 

50 yd Back: Jenni Clonts (WWIIB) 

50 yd Butterfly: Sara Rushing (ADP) 

100 yd Free: Beth Garrison (WWIIB) 

100 yd Free relay: Delta Delta Delta 

100 yd Medley relay: World War II Bombers 



FINAL STANDINGS 
1st: Delta Delta Delta 

ULTIMATE FRISBEE 
1st: Ima Gyma Jocka 
2nd: Delta Delta Delta 
3rd: Lil Rascals 

VOLLEYBALL 

1st: Ima Gyma Jocka 

2nd: World War II Bombers 

3rd: Delta Delta Delta 

TRACK 

100m: Kim Mc Cullough (DDD) 
400m. Laurie Greer (DDD) 
800m: Kaye King (Ind.) 
200m. Sylvia Sydow (MM) 
50m: Cathleen Kearley (MM) 
Long Jump: Laurie Greer (DDD) 
400m relay: McCullough Maniacs 
800m relay: Mc Cullough Maniacs 
Softball Throw: Sheree Reynolds (DDD) 

SINGLES PING PONG 

1st: Sheree Reynolds (DDD) 
2nd: Dawn Kubala (ZTA) 
3rd: Wanda Scheler (DDD) 
Julie Wright (IGJ) 

DOUBLES PINGPONG 

1st: Wanda Scheler/Kathy Kuebel (DDD) 
2nd: Dawn Kubala/Lori Longacre (ZTA) 
3rd: Lisa Klaras/Karen Schroeder (WWIIB) 
Ellen Monk/Jenni Nelson (ADP) 

SINGLES POOL 

1st: Beth Garrison (WWIIB) 
2nd: Pat Zody (ADP) 
3rd: Michelle Burlingame (GT) 
Amy Kane (DDD) 

DOUBLES POOL 

1st: Lori Longacre/Dawn Kubala (ZTA) 
2nd: Sheree Reynolds/Anna Abraham (DDD) 
3rd: Lori Brown/Jill Boone (WWIIB) 

Katie Parvin/Jenni Clonts (WWIIB) 



Sports 69 



OaoaiA^atLaa) 



Art Association 




Front Row. L-R. Julie Wright, Katey Law- van Eerde, Beverly Couzens, Richard Stan- 
renee, Fran Kilburn, Carlene Starr; Second difer, Marlenia Smith, Cindy Crouch, Tracy 
row. Cary Ray, Richard Lawler, Wendelien Killian, Rikki Orson, Cathy Fisher. 



70 Organizations 



Alpha Kappa Psi 




Front Row. L-R. Wanda Scheler, Carol 
Shiller, Janice Kenyon, Karen Dailey; Sec- 
ond row. Linda Grapski, Kathey Kuebel, Eli- 
zabeth Lipscomb, Laura Wettstein; Third 
row. Creighton Pollex, Lori Pate, Maggie 



Fuge, Stephanie Stephens, Marcus Fleming; 
Fourth Row. David Wyborney, David 
McLaughlin, Brenda Hutchins, Skip Down- 
ham, Steve Smith; Fifth Row. Cliff Tuttle, 
Keith Barber, Greg Caudell, Patrick Ruddy. 



Organizations 71 



QtqfUAj^ijm 



Blue Key 




Front Row. L-R. Statler Mood, Bert Sissom, 
Ray Page, Audie Alcorn; Second Row. Sammy 
Vick, Jay Nowlin, Steve Bass, Brian Burton, 
Paul Young, Cal Johnson, Tom Hudspeth; 



Third Row, Richard Heyduck, Mike Middle 
ton, David Fisher, Doug Thompson, Paul 
Ross, Dan Weeden. 



■„ 



72 Organizations 



Cardinal Key 




Front Row. L-R. Martha Byrum, Sheila Le- 
doux, Betty Gibbs, Catherine Spezia, Kim 
Davis, Laurie Greer; Second Row. Sue Ahn, 



Dori Zirkel, Amye Lilljedahl, Colleen Whit- 
more, Molly Newcomer, Wanda Seheler. 



Organizations 73 



0topix^t^odtcic>cu^ 



Cheerleaders 




Top; Kim Farnsworth; Bottom L-R. Tiffany Hillin, Cathy Brady, Robin Ray, Anna Vale. 



74 Organizations 



Delta Omicron 




Front Row. L to R. - Sara Ludvig, Holli Leg- 
gett, Debra Carmack. Second Row. Lisa War- 
ren, Karla Koch, Dana Raley, Kim Davis. 



Third Row. Tracee Hanes, Polly Morrison, 
Ellen Lockwood, Nancy Smith. Fourth Row. 
Julie Meyer, Shannon Lawler, Janice Huoy. 



Organizations 75 



O^CUAJ^XjtUDMjO 



Living — Learning Center 




Front Row, L to R, - Kathy Dunn, Tiffany Hil- 
lin, Holly Sylvester, Karen Monk, Kathy 
Rollins, Ruth Davis, Gladys Curlee, Ann 
Minter, Beverly Couzens, Laurel Hagreen, 



Sylvia Sydow, Jean Janssen, Katherine 
Kearley, Sally Shuford. Second Row. Deni Vi- 
daurri, Donna Bishop, Shanoli Jacob, Laura 
Riggs. 



76 Organizations 



Senate 




Front Row. L-R. Paula Trietsch, Tami Curtis, 
Jean Jannssen, President, Colleen Whit- 
more, Karen Monk, Holly Sylvester, Bever- 
ly Couzens; Second Row. Rebecca Lincoln, 
Robin Ray, Linda Kleighe, Kathy Dunn, 



Lorna Lawrence, Keith Coe; Third Row. 
Martha Byrum, Randy Smith, Dana Merritt, 
John Opitz, Tiffany Hillin; Fourth Row. Jeff 
Webb, Jimmy Kipple, Carol Shiller, Bob 
Morgan, Robert De Lair. 



Organizations 77 



&C^ujXfcuOU)0 



Student Foundation 




Front Row. L-rJ. Sara Ludvig, Sheree Reyn- 
olds, Mary Kay Sanders, Lillian Boren, 
Anna Abraham, Gayle Guffey; Second Row. 
Dori Zirkel, Laurie Greer, Mary Akin, 
Brenda Viek, Shanoli Jacob, Jenni Nelson, 
Betty Gibbs, Sheri Hassler, Tammy Roest, 



if 



Joy Smith, Catherine Spezia; Third Row.; 
Paul Young, Earl Moseley, Jr., Steve Bass, 
Pete Kennedy, David Stevenson, Brent Far-; 
ney, Larry Augustus, Kevin Lungwitz, Da- 
vid Fisher, Tyler Hunter, Keith Barber, 
Sam Smith, Jim Harvey. 



78 Organizations 



Student Judiciary 




7 ront Row. L-R. Laurie Fisher, Jenni Jones, 
ennifer Stokes, Audie Alcorn, Happy Weit- 
;el; Second Row. Steve Smith, Dan Weeden, 



Jimmy Fross; Third Row. Paula Solomon, 
Chris Solomon, David Fisher, Earl Moseley. 



Organizations 79 



O^oiAj^odtak/ 



Southwestern Science Societ 




Front Row. L to R. - Margaret Gregorzck, Joe 
Mock, Tyler Hunter, Lisa Garrett, Vicki 
Vickers, Michelle Vanecek, Carmen 
Schultz, Marcia Branstetter. Second Row. Dr. 
Eb Grvin, Frank Pelosi, Steve Lescher, Ter- 
ry Krenek, Jeff Wang, Sammy Vick, Ray 



Page, Steve Bass, Statler Mood, Jim Har- 
vey, Bert Sissom, Paul Young, Paige Cavan- 
augh, Dr. Ed Golla, Dr. Horace Jacob. Thin 
Row. Mike Middleton, Keith Coe, Dan Wee- 
den, Paul Ross, Mike English, Dr. Bob Sou- 
len, Doug Thompson. 



80 Organizations 



SU Singers 




Front Row. L to R. - Sandy Smith, Susan 
lough, Kim Davis, Lynn Douglass, Debra 
armack, Dana Raley, Laura Yaple, Carol 
Jackson, Norma Jean Salas, Ruth Davis, 
lolly Sylvester. Second Row. Robert Schley, 
5eth Stockham, Ashley Turner, Sabriana 
Adrian, Julie Meyer, Lee Ann Brashear, 
3 olly Morrison, Tim Murray, Randy Monk, 
ibb Perez, Marianne Mulloy, Lisa Warren, 
Vlichelle Vanacek, Wendy Williams, Colleen 
iVhitmore, Peter Roussaki. Third Row. Mag- 



gie Puskarich, Patricia Rickey, Janice 
Houy, Gabriel Pascoe, Dean Jones, Robert 
De Lair, King Tse, James Gaeta, George 
Brightwell, Richard Heyduck, Gerald 
Chomers, Derryanne Heaycock, Paula 
Trietsch, Karen Monk, Jackie Siders. Fourth 
Row. Ellen Monk, Regina Ball, Dan Johnson, 
Brock Curry, Steve Heyduck, Brock Curry, 
D'Wayne Stevens, Doug Thompson, Mike 
English, Martha De Lair, Dana Merritt, 
Blythe Schultz, Sue Ahn. 



Organizations 81 



Qty^ijp&ixKD 




Front Row. L - R. Martha Byrum, Heidi Mos- 
kenes; Second Row. Bree Buchanan, Trace 



Etienne, Tami Curtis, Pete Kennedy. 



82 Organizations 



Wesley Foundation 




Front Row. L to R. - Karla Koch, Susan 
Clough, Elaine Williams. Second Row. Gram 
Cree, Carolyn Pharr, Sheryl Crenshaw. 



Third Row. Doug Thompson, Steve Heyduck, 
Jim Bass, Paul Malson. 



Organizations 83 



ALPHA DELTA PI 





FOUNDING: May 15, 1851, Wesleyan College 

COLORS: White and Blue 

SU CHAPTER: Zeta 

LOCAL FOUNDING: 1907 

Front Row. L to R. - Janet Jackson, Amy Sherrod, Michelle Dumais, Donna 

Bishop, Jan Perkins, Karol Moye, Katie Grant, Jill Johnson, Janice Kenyon. 

Second Row. Julie Hardy, Laura Scott, Susan Stevens, Susie Greenlaw, 

Colleen Willis, Julie Tunnell, Stephanie Stephens, Lynn Douglass, Libis 

Morse, Jennie Jones, Kristen Radford, Rhonda Radford, Maggie Fuge, Lori 

Mayfield. Third Row. Jana Bigby, Lisa Brewer, Susan Shephard, Mary Kay 

Sanders, Debra Schroeder, Penny Daughtry, Mary Cay Willis, Mimi Pratt, 

Karen Schroeder, Donna Bishop, Ellen Monk, Ruth Patterson, Brooke Burris, 

Sara Rushing, Joni Hardy, Betty Gibbs. Fourth Row. Georgianne Bode, Dori 

Zirkel, Elizabeth Ruddy, Michelle Fincher, Molly Newcomer, Amy Smith, 

Dori Wiles, Pat Zody, Kathy Damman, Kelly Kurtz, Pam Hurley, Yvonne 

Vargas, Brenda Hutchins, Judy Borman, Laurie Fisher, Jennifer Stokes. 



84 Greeks 




Greeks 85 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 





FOUNDED: Thanksgiving Eve, 1888, Boston 

University 

COLORS: Silver, Gold and Blue 

SU CHAPTER: Theta Epsilon 

LOCAL FOUNDING: 1911 

Front Row. L to R. - Sheree Reynolds, Karen Monk, Pam Waldrip, Rhonda 

Ballard, Larissa Pickens, Katie Parvin, Holly Sylvester, Cindy Stanley, Anna 

Neves, Stephani Sunseri, Shannon Taylor, Paige Pelt. Second Row. Catherine 

Spezia, Linda Molberg, Lori Miller, Beth Yandell, Erica Swords, Sally 

Shuford, Laura Ann McMakin, Kathy Kuebel, Mary Mclntire, Linda Wilkins, 

Jenni Candish, Debbie Richburg, Laurie Greer, Lorinda Bushong. Third Row. 

Melissa Carolan, Joni Willis, Angela Reid, Amy Kane, Jean Janssen, Alison 

Smith, Paula Francis, Elizabeth Lipscomb, Nancy Smith, Cheryl Ransone, 

Mary Akin, Nancy Seiler. Fourth Row. Anita Brown, Karen Franta, Genie 

Seils, Elizabeth Hoke, Cindy Crouch, Wanda Scheler, Sandia Whitlow, Jackie 

Siders, Kim McCullough. 



86 Greeks 




Greeks 87 



DELTA ZETA \ 




'W>* ,% 




FOUNDING: October 24, 1902, Miami 

University 

COLORS: Old Rose and Vixeux Green 

SU CHAPTER: Gamma Zeta 

LOCAL FOUNDING: 1946 

First Row. L to R. - Martha De Lair, Beth Atkinson, Meg Oliver, Holli 

Leggett, Amanda Testa, Robert De Lair. Second Row. Trace Etienne, Ruth 

Davis, Michelle Sawyer. Third Row. Amye Lilljedahl, Laura Riggs, Lisa Tonn, 

Marilyn Lane, Cathy Dale. Fourth Row. Donna Taylor, Teresa Rask, Ann 

Minter, Lorna Lawrence, Blythe Schultz, Deneece Lawrence, Jahnette 

Nelson, Erin Little. Fifth Row. Melinda Murphy, Scott Smith, Leigh Ann 

Walker, Jimmy Fross, Kim Davis, David Rowe, Sonya Smith, Jeff Schneider, 

Clay Traylor, Ken Garcia, Tim Murray, Dwayne Stevens, Doug Thompson. 

Back. Kim Dykes. 




88 Greeks 




Greeks 89 



KAPPA ALPHA 





FOUNDING: December 21, 1865, Washington 

College 
COLORS: Crimson and Old Gold 

SU CHAPTER: Xi 
LOCAL FOUNDING: 1883 

Front Row. L to R. - Russell Klawunn, Keith Rook, Joe Evans, Russell 

Martin, Wally Williams, Lori Pate. Second Row. Randall Howell, Mimi Pratt, 

Cara Dedear, Laura Wettstein, Jennifer Peel, Karen Ekholm, Janice Kenyon, 

Skip Downham, Scott Towery. Third Row. Chris Carlson, Mike Moore, Julie 

Tunnell, Karol Moye, Dori Wiles, Rhonda Radford. Fourth Row. Pete Akin, 

Jim Weatherford, Ted Maier, Robert Zearfoss, John Gilpin, Kelly Henderson, 

George Hutchinson, Greg Caudell, Joni Willis, Rob Galloway, Georgianne 

Bode, Tom Strother, Tom Hudspeth, John Luce, Lee Vandruff, Clay Estes, 

Jim Dobbins, Ronnie Wilkerson, Marcus Fleming. Fifth Row. Mark Mann, 

Donnie Henderson, Tres Morris, Todd Flagg, Luke Doyle, David Hansen. 




XI CHAPTER 
KAPPA ALPHA ORCER 

..i!S PRA T ERNITY WAS FO 
N -3oc s > FORMER CO' i 

» , ,4 < t- IN 
ON PC-.N, 

1 - I 

. CHAPTER WAS FOU\"~ 
SOUTH WE STERN U N I V f R - 
NOVEMBER 28, 1883. BY ALEXA; 
WALKER ANP FREDERICK C Pf 
OF THE KAPPA ALPHA Chap 
THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS. 'X r 
VET SECRETLY UNTIL 1 8 ; ; 
f A C U L T Y A N T I F R A ■ t k* 
WERE RESCINDED. •Mt , n - 
TERNITY HOUSE WAS r - 
THROUGHOUT ITS HlSTC 
CHAPTER HAS PRODUCED N'UW 
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI. 



90 Greeks 




Greeks 91 



KAPPA SIGMA 





FOUNDED: 1869, University of Virginia 

COLORS: Green and Red 

SU CHAPTER: Iota 

LOCAL FOUNDING: 1887 

Front Row. L to R. - Henk Albers, Monte Cason, Scott Pass, Jaap Suermondt, 

Doug Wipff, Stanley Dudrick, Shannon Taylor, Pat Zody. Second Row. Karen 

Schroeder, Kelly Kurtz, Janet Jackson, Pam Hurley, Lawrence Thorne, Stacey 

Goodrich, Pam Campbell, Kay Burns, Forrest Wellmaker, Yvonne Vargas, 

Jennifer Sanford, Norwood Williams, Margaret Wilson, Glenn Kim. Third 

Row. Goob Fitzgerald, Amy Robertson, Billy Young, Kevin White, Jeff Nixon, 

Scott Clearman, John Opitz, Susan Bowerman, Kenny Aslakson, Mike 

Williams, Dan Ladd, Rich Lawler. 




92 Greeks 




Greeks 93 



PHI DELTA THETA 





FOUNDING: 1848, Miami University 

COLORS: Blue and White 

SU CHAPTER: Texas Gamma 

LOCAL FOUNDING: 1886 

Front Row. L to R. - Rick Carrasco, Tim McLaughlin, Ford Pratt, Eddy 

Wallum, Bruce Winters, Richard Beitter, Scott Neal, Bill Hyatt. Second Row. 

Larry Augustus, John Beitter, Tyler Hunter, Bruce Hurley, Ted Ellis, Kip 

Cascio, Joe Mock, Barry Johnson, Bubba Trammell, Happy Weitzel, Austin 

Connell. Third Row. Keith Lowery, Keith Barber, Frank Pelosi, Patrick 

Ruddy, Mike Middleton, Rob Staton, Lee Christie, Dennis Heath, Phil Ricker, 

Al Mulick, Charlie Williams, Brian Devaney, Mark Selz. Fourth Row. Clayton 

Haley, Hix Hardy, David Holland, Dan Richards, David Fisher, David 

Schmactenberger, David Bacchus, Scott Holliman, David Stevenson, Todd 

Olsen. 




94 Greeks 




Greeks 95 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 





FOUNDING: 1868, University of Virginia 

COLORS: Garnet and Gold 

SU CHAPTER: Alpha Omicron 

LOCAL FOUNDING: 1910 

Front Row. L to R. - Brian Davis, Tommy Herzig, Audie Alcorn, Ken Poole, 

Paul Ross, Ray Page, Statler Mood, Sammy Vick, Earl Moseley, Les Sanders, 

Paul Young, Steve Heyduck, John Baldwin, Mark Lewis. Second Row. Mike 

Henry, Bert Sissom, Randy Bowden, John Adams, Roger Brandt, Neal Burt, 

Paul Witmer, Cal Johnson, Paul Solomon, Chris Speier. Third Row. Mike 

Matzinger, Eddy Zimmerman, Brian Burton, Chris Solomon, Brock Curry, Joe 

Irrizarry, Ted Kehoe, Mark Sample, Ken Garcia, Jeff Wang, Dewayne Stevens, 

Mark Graves, Eric Arnold, Norman Franco, Chris Caron. Fourth Row. Jay 

Nowlin, Steve Smith, Dan Johnson, Kent Pickering, Kevin Lungwitz, Jeff 

Webb, Brian Wieters, James Morrison, Mike West, James Gaeta, Mike 

Kasmiersky, Duncan McKeever. Fifth Row. Charlie Ramsey, David Rowe, 

Morgan Cawthon, Randy Monk. 



96 Greeks 





Greeks 97 



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FOUNDING: October 15, 1898, Longwood 

College 

COLORS: Steel Gray and Turquoise 

SU CHAPTER: Lambda 

LOCAL FOUNDING: 1906 

Front Row L to R. - Delma Lopez, Karen Dailey, Laura Herrin, Lydia 

Andrade, Sue Ahn, Colleen Whitmore, Gaye Morrison, Lizette Gonzalez, 

Jennifer Peel, Rachel Merrill, Dawn Kubala. Second Row. - Lynda Lawler, 

Patricia Rickey, Paula Trietsch, Laurie Rothhammer, Kathy Dunn, Samantha 

Zika, Carol Fleuriet, Carol Shiller, Stephanie Mann, Derryanne Heycock, 

Michelle Ferguson. Third Row. - Sandy Smith, Rebecca Lincoln, Benet 

Younger, Leslie Parke, Judy Adams, Tracy Walker, Tish McLelland, Cara 

Dedear, Sarah Hyde, Laura Wettstein, Laurie Sprinkle, Amy McKnight, Laura 

Merrill. 



98 Greeks 




Greeks 99 



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he best small 

universities, if not the best small university, in the nation. 

To achieve this, we know that we require not simply 

resources in terms of money and facilities, library 

■ '&& classrooms. We rfe^ig^idom 1 

to use those resources well. 

"Our growing endowment has given us the strength of a 

SKpiewed self-concept, financial stability, and self-reliance. 

Our Master Plan is the tool that guides us as we work 

toward national maturity. Students at Southwestern will 

be able to live and learn in an environment conducive to 

the finest, traditions of the scholarly community 

iSmfye are creating the kind of setting in which 
. . o have the opportunity to push back the frontiers 
of learning in a very private, personal way. 



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"We expect our students to be successful in their personal 

lives, in their professional achievements, and in their 

o the common good. We seek to nurture in each 

ejgyaMfrderstanding of themselves as people of 

infinite worth, dignity, and va 



jcause we are committed to measuring the stren 
lr University by the achievements of our gradua 
r£ag| making the conggni^^t to help each stud 
icome more than he or she ever dreamed possible.' 

President Roy B. ShiL 









Administration 





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DEAN BENJAMIN OL* 
Brown School of Arts and 
Sciences 






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r of English 

HERBERT. JR. 
Professor of English 
FRED R. HILGEMAN 
Associate Professor of Chemistry 



. . HILLIARD 
ne Professor of Sociology 
RD J. HOSSALA 
Associate Professor of Theater 
and Speech Comm. 
WILLIAM DOUGLAS 
HOOKER 

Professor of Psychology 
ROBERT C. HORICK 
Associate Professor of Computer 



FMASTER 
Professor of Music 
FRANK J. IMKE 
Profess 1 ( : E t onomics and 
Business Admin. 
HORACE SAMUEL JACOB 
Assistant Professor of Biology 
SHARON KAY JOHNSON 
Instructor of Education 






ASSEN . 

ofessor of Physical 
Ed. 

CLAUDE KENNARD 
Associate Professor of Art 
GARY KLINE 
Instructor of Political Science 
EDWIN M. LANSFORD, JR. 

~~*iochemistry 



Administration 105 



Assistant Professor of Music 
JOHN NELSON RUSSELL 
SCORE, II 
'rofessor of Religion and 
Philosophy 
NY MAC SHEPARD 
nt Professor of Music 
'-■*»*-' Education 
M NICK SIKES 
of Education 



W. SNELL 
or of Religion 
RT L. SOULEN 
essor of Chemistry 
NORMAN WOOD 
SPELLMANN 
r of Religion and 
Philosophy 
-SOON SUH 
itical Science 



momics 
Amin. 
^JRUH 
Education 
in t N VISSER 
tructor of Art 



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wation 
vlTNK 





Reference Librarian 
GLADYS CURLEE 
Women 's Head Reside 
CHARLAINE EICHE! 
Associate Librarian 



JIDSON, 
JR. 

Director of Computer Services 
DONALD D. HEINS 
Director of Residence Life 
CAROLYN HLAVINKA 
rector of Health Services 



'ministration 109 




Director of Food Services 
ANNE MATTHEWS 
Erector of Career Development 
JAMES F. POLKA 
Librarian Cataloger 
ROBERT C. RADFORD 
Computer Services 



.,-••*■ - -••'••;*;" — ; 



Activities 

CHARLOTTE G. TAYLOR 

Director of Scholarships and 

p? * ' Financidl AM 

HENRY W. WOLGEMUTH 

Director of Acquisitions 




.10 Administration 





Administration 111 



ADAMS, JOHN CLARNEA; Austin, Jr. 

ADAMS, JUDITH EILEEN; Brady, So. 

ADRIAN, SABRINA LYNN; Boerne, Jr. 

AHN, SUNGNAM SUE; Houston, Jr. 

AKIN, MARY HAYDON; Dallas, So. 



ALBERS, HENK-JAAP; Netherlands, Fr. 

ALCORN, AUDIE LINN; Waller, Sr. 

ANDERSON, CHRISTINA; Whitehouse, Jr. 

ANDRADE, LYDIA MARIA; Spring, Jr. 

ARNOLD, ERIC S; Richardson, So. 




ENTS STUDENTS 







ASH, JOHN LOGAN; Belton, Jr. 

BAKER, DARRYL ALLYN; Austin, Fr. 

BALDWIN, JOHN DIXON; Anna, Jr. 

BALL, REGINA ANNETTE; Round Rock, 

Fr. 
BALLARD, RHONDA; Richland Hills, Sr. 



BASS, JAMES ALAN; Houston, So. 

BASS, STEPHEN LEE; Amarillo, Jr. 

BATES, DONDI DENISE; Gatesville, So. 

BECKLEY, MARIA; New York, NY, Fr. 

BELKNAP, KIMBERLY; Clinton, MD, Fr. 



BENJAMIN, HILARY LEE; Georgetown, 

So. 

BERTHOLD, SARAH JEAN; Dallas, Jr. 

BICKFORD, JAMES; Victoria, Jr. 

BIGBY, JANA SUE;-Sand Springs, OK, Fr. 

BILY, ROBIN; Houston, Fr. 




112 Students 




BISHIP, DONNA KAY; Dallas, Fr. 
BODE, GEORGIANNE; Austin, Sr. 
BOGER, JAMES ROBERT; Dallas, Fr. 
BOLLING, SUSAN CAROL; Palacios, Fr. 
BOONE, JILL MICHELLE; Beaumont, Fr. 



BOREN, LILLIAN; Sugarland, Jr. 
BOREN, SHEDRICK; Sugarland, Fr. 
BOSE, TED JOHN; Round Rock, Fr. 
BOWDEN, RANDAL WAYNE; Linden, Jr. 
BOWEN, MICHELLE; Dallas, So. 






X^udW?) Atudburtfr 




BOZEMAN, BRIAN; Sugarland, Fr. 
BRADY, CATHY; Missouri City, Fr. 
BRANDT, ROGER DEL; ColleyviUe, Jr. 
BRASHEAR, LEE ANN; Lubbock, Sr. 
BRASHEAR, CYNTHIA; Corpus Christi, So. 



BRECHT, STACY ANN; Seguin, Fr. 
BREWER, PAMELA MARIE; Austin, Fr. 
BRITT, HEATHER CAROLE; Salado, Fr. 
BROWN, ANITA LYNN; Houston, So. 
BUCKNER, BILL; Georgetown, Sr. 



BURGIN, ROBERT KEELE; Dallas, So. 
BURRIS, DONNA BROOKE; Victoria. Fr. 
BUSHONG, LORINDA; Corpus Christi, Fr. 
CAMPBELL, PAMELA J; Coupland, So. 
CANDISH, JENNIFER; Dallas, So. 



Students 113 



CARMACK, DEBRA JOANNE; Austin, So. 

CARON, CHRISTOPHER; George West, Fr. 

CARRASCO, RICHARD; Brownsville, Sr. 

CASCIO, TROY JOHN; Houston, So. 

CASON, MONTE; Duncanville, Fr. 



CAVANAUGH, PAIGE; Friendswood, So. 

CAVERS, MICHAEL; Houston, Fr. 

CAWTHON, MORGAN RALPH; Del Rio, 

Fr. 

CALVIEL, LISA ALFREDA; Lubbock, Jr. 

CAUDELL, GREGORY K; Houston, So. 




ENTS STUDENTS 








Q?'pT 



CAZORT, ALLEN; San Antonio, Fr. 

CHOMER, GERALD; Houston, So. 

CHON, HELEN YONG; Houston, Jr. 

CLARK, KIMBERLY LYNN; Bulverde, Fr. 

CLEARMAN, SCOTT MONROE; Amarillo, 

So. 



CLINES, CHARLES HENRY; Kingwood, 

Sr. 

COE, ERIC LEROY; Seguin, Jr. 

COE, KEITH MONTGOMERY; Magnolia, 

So. 

COLLINGS, MARJORIE; Georgetown, So. 

COPELAND, GEORGE; Georgetown, Jr. 



CORN, ROBERT DAVID; Georgetown, So. 

COUZENS, BEVERLY L; Bonham, Fr. 
CRENSHAW, SHERYL; Missouri City, Jr. 
CRESSMAN, BRIAN EARL; Round Rock, 

Fr. 

CROSSLIN, KEITH E; Georgetown, Sr. 




114 Students 




CROW, JOHN TIMOTHY; Taylor, Jr. 
CROUCH, CINDY ANN; San Antonio, Sr. 
CURRIE, HARRISS T; Austin, Jr. 
CURTIS, TAMI LYNN; Duncanville, Sr. 
DAILEY, KAREN FRANCES; Mc Allen, 
Jr. 



DALE, CATHERINE; Randolph AFB, Fr. 
DAVIS, RUTH ANNE; Corpus Christi; Fr. 
DEDEAR, CARA LEE; Georgetown, Jr. 
DEEN, BRENTLY E; Phoenix, AZ, Fr. 
DE LAIR, MARTHA N; Mc Allen Fr. 



DENTS 



#fudbu£fc) Atud&tofo 




DE LAIR, ROBERT E; Mc Allen, Sr. 
DIAZ, DEBORA MATILDE; El Paso, Fr. 
DOBBINS, JAMES MICHAEL; Denton, Sr. 
DORSA, ANNE MARIE; Georgetown, Fr. 
DOUGLASS, LYNN; Houston, Fr. 



DOWNHAM, WILLIAM; Houston, Sr. 
DUMAIS, MICHELLE L; Georgetown, Jr. 
DUNHAM, LORI ANN; Hurst, Fr. 
DUNN, KATHERINE; Favetteville, AR, Fr. 
EASON, PATRICIA; Georgetown, Sr. 



EDGAR, MARK HENRY; Midland. Fr. 
EDWARDS, RACHEL A; Uvalde, Sr. 
ENGLISH, MICHAEL; Grand Prarie, Sr. 
ERCK, JEFFERSON; San Antonio, So. 
ERIKSSON, CARLA; La Marque. Fr. 



Students 115 



ESTES, CLAY; Highland Park, Jr. 

ETHEREDGE, WADE B; Round Rock, Fr. 

ETIENNE, TRACE MARIE; Garland, So. 

EVANS, JOSEPH ALOYSIUS; Houston, Fr. 

FARNEY, BRENT; Pflugerville, Jr. 



FEDOSKY, KEANE; Fayetteville, AR, Fr. 

FEEMSTER, DIANA; Pleasanton, Fr. 

FERGUSON, MICHELLE ANN; Midland, 

So. 
FINCHER, ANN MICHELLE; Sherman, 

Fr. 
FLEMING, MARCUS; Fort Worth, So. 




ENTS STUDENTS 








FLEURIET, CAROL S; Donna, So. 

FISHER, CATHERINE E; Arlington, Jr. 

FISHER GUY G; Austin, Fr. 

FISHER, LAURIE; San Antonio, Jr. 

FORTNUM, REBECCA; Tomball, So. 



FRANTA, KAREN MARIE; Karnes City, 

So. 
FRAZEE, MARILEE LYNN; Georgetown, 

So. 

GAETA, JAMES P; San Antonio, Fr. 

GARCIA, SARAH ROBIN; Brownsville, So. 

GARTNER, STEPHANIE; College Station, 

Fr. 



GARWICK, MATTHEW W; Houston, Jr. 

GAYLOR, SHERI LEA; Georgetown, Fr. 

GELBER, MARY KATHERINE: Bryan, Sr. 

GIBBS, BETTY RUTH; San Angelo, Jr. 

GIESECKE, MARJORIE; Georgetown, Fr. 




116 Students 




GILEAU, JULIANA M; El Paso, Jr. 
GILL, MELINDA FAY; Austin, Fr. 
GILMORE, CARLA R; Elgin, Fr. 
GILSTRAP, VIRGINIA; Victoria, Jr. 
GIROUX, JAMES ARTHUR; Huntsville, 
Jr. 



GIUSTI, JEFFREY D; Galveston, Fr. 
GOAD, MARLENE C; Round Rock, Jr. 
GONZALEZ, LIZZETTE; Harlingen, Fr. 
GRADY, TAMI LAYNE; Round Rock, Fr. 
GRANT, KATHERINE AMY; Stafford, Fr. 



ENTS 



4*udet0k Atudstjdu 




GRAPSKI, ALICE LOUISE; Georgetown, 

Jr. 

GRAPSKI, LINDA IRENE; Georgetown, 

So. 

GRAY, JANIECE LYNN;Round Rock, Jr. 

GREENLAW, SUSAN; Missouri City, Sr. 

GREER, LAURIE MICHELLE; Houston, 

Jr. 



HAGREEN, LAUREL ANN; El Paso, Fr. 
HALE, ROBERT NOBLE; Temple, Jr. 
HALES, STEVEN; Gardendale, Ah, Fr. 
HALEY, CLAYTON; San Augustine, So. 
HALL, SUSAN M; Abilene, Fr. 



HANSEN, DAVID ANDREW; Dallas, Sr. 
HARDY, JONI KAY; San Antonio, Jr. 
HARDY, JULIE ANN; San Antonio, Fr. 
HARDY, VIRGINIA C; Georgetown, Sr. 
HARRIS, LORI LEE; Stephenville, Sr. 



Students 117 



HART, CHARLES F; El Paso, Jr. 

HARVEY, JAMES MONROE; Austin, So. 

HASSLER, SHERI; Missouri City, Jr. 

HAVEL, TAMARA E; Gonzales, So. 

HAZELL, MICHAEL TOM; Canada, Fr. 



HEAD, LISA C; Houston, Fr. 
HENRY, MICHAEL MARCUS; Seabrook, 

Jr. 

HERNANDEZ, MARIA M; Pearsall, So. 

HERRERA, JULIE ANN; Georgetown, Jr. 

HERRIN, LAURA LOUISE; Frisco, So. 




ENTS STUDENTS 




HERZIG, THOMAS C; Houston, Jr. 
HEYDUCK, RICHARD ERIC; Spring, Sr. 

HEYDUCK, STEVEN CURT; Spring, Jr. 
HILGEMAN, KAREN E; Georgetown, Fr. 

HILGEMAN, SUSAN K; Georgetown, Sr. 



HILL, AMANDA; Fort Worth, Fr. 

HILL, JOHN SPENCER; San Antonio, Fr. 

HILLIN, TIFFANY J; Goodrich, Fr. 

HOBBS, SANDRA ANN; Georgetown, Sr. 

HOKE, MARY ELIZABETH: El Campo, Jr. 



HOOK, SUSAN LYNN; Austin, So. 

HORAN, BARBARA ANN; Greenville, Jr. 

HORNELL, LORI LAGENIA; Cleburne, Fr. 

HOTTENDORF, NICOLE; Nederland, So. 

HOWELL, RANDALL; New Braunfels, Jr. 




118 Students 




HOWELL, REBECCA JANE: Temple, Fr. 
HOUY, JANICE GALE; San Antonio, Jr. 
HSAIO, MARK C; Buffalo Grove, IL, Fr. 
HUANG, LOURDES M; Houston, Fr. 
HUDSON, LOREN LEE; Houston, Fr. 



HUDSPETH, ROBERTA A; Round Rock, 

Fr. 

HUDSPETH, THOMAS HARVEY; Kilgore, 

Sr. 

HULSE, TARA LYNNE; Kerrville, Jr. 

HUTCHINS, BRENDA JEAN; Richmond, 

Sr. 

HUTCHINSON, AMY MARIE; Gladewater, 

Fr. 



:en 



fitucfartA AhtdbuXo 




HYDE, SARAH LEE; Burnet, So. 
IMMEL, CHRIS KELLY; Llano, Jr. 
JACOBSON, BRAD ERIC; Rosenberg, So. 
JAMES, ANDREW DODSON; Kerrville, Fr. 
JANAK, KEVIN W; Georgetown, Fr. 



JANNING, CHRIS J; Georgetown, So. 
JANSSEN, JEAN THERESE; Victoria, Sr. 
JANSSEN, JOHN JOSEPH; Portland, Fr. 
JENKYN, RACHEL ANN; Austin, Fr. 
JOHNSON, WALTER CAL; Georgetown, 
Jr. 



JOHNSON, CAROL E.; Mc Kinney, Sr. 
JOHNSON, DANIEL D; Corsicana, Fr. 
JOHNSON, GLOVER 0; Houston. Fr. 
JOHNSON, SHELDON RAY; Elgin. Sr. 
JONES, ADRIANNE LYTRISHER; 
Killeen, Jr. 



Students 119 



JONES, ANDREW DEAN; Georgetown, Fr. 

JONES, CAROLINE; Austin, So. 

JONES, JENNIE KATHERINE; Sherman, 

Fr. 
JUAREZ, MARY NORMA; Wichita Falls, 

So. 
KANTRALIS, KAREN C; Houston, Jr. 



KASMIERSKY, MICHAEL A; Conroe, Fr. 

KATZEN, ALAN KAY; Beaumont, Sr. 

KAY, SHELLY ANN; Houston, So. 

KEAHEY, MICHAEL; Longmont, CO, Fr. 

KEARLEY, KATHERINE; Corpus Christi, 

Fr. 




TS STUDENTS 









TUD 

JL Km/ J 



KEHOE, THEODORE; Tomball, So. 

KEHOE, THERESIA; Tomball, Fr. 

KEMPER, ALLISON RENNE; Llano, So. 

KENNEDY, PETER DREW; Houston, Jr. 

KENYON, JANICE ANN; Highland Park, 

Sr. 



KERR, STEPHEN MICHAEL; Pflugerville, 

Sr. 

KIAN, KIANOUSH; Greenville, So. 

KILBURN, FRANCIS E; Wheaton, MD, So. 

KING, KELLY KAYE; Spring, Jr. 

KINKADE, BRIAN WESLEY; Pearland, Jr. 



KIPPLE, JAMES A; Austin, Fr. 

KLARAS, LISA K; Deer Park, Fr. 

KLAWUNN, RUSSELL; Georgetown, Fr. 

KLEIHEGE, LINDA M; Houston, So. 

KOCH, KARLA ANN; Fredricksburg, So. 







120 Students 




KOONTZ, LAURA; Marble Falls, Fr. 
KOSLEN, KIMBERLY J; Dallas, Ft. 
KOTZ, CORLYS E; Houston, So. 
KRENEK, TERRI; Georgetown, Jr. 
KUBALA, SHEILA DAWN; Georgetown, 
So. 



KUEBEL, KATHIE LYNN; Spring Branch, 

Jr. 

LACKEY, MINDY RAE; Weslaco, So. 

LACY, JEFFREY A; Edinburg, Fr. 

LANE, ELIZABETH M; Richmond, Fr. 

LANE, MARILYN ROSE; Woodville, Fr. 






t; 



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LANGHORST, FRANK R; Netherlands. Fr. 

LAWLER, LYNDA KATHERYN; Dallas. 

Sr. 

LAWLER, SHANNON L; Killeen, Jr. 

LAWRENCE, KATHERINE; San Antonio, 

Fr. 

LAWRENCE, LORNA ELIZABETH; Alice 

So. 



LAWRENCE, TOI DENEECE; Kilgore, So. 
LE DOUX, SHEILA MAE; Leander, Sr. 
LEE, BONNIE LAURA; Round Rock, Fr. 
LEGGETT, HOLLI ANN; Mc Allen, Fr. 
LEIDLEIN, ERIC F; Georgetown, Sr. 



LEWIS, MARK CARL; Houston, Sr. 
LIECK, KENNETH W; Victoria, Jr. 
LINCOLN, REBECCA E; Richardson. Fr. 
LIPSCOMB, DAN ALLAN; Fort Worth, Sr. 
LIPSCOMB, ELIZABETH CHILES: 
Houston, Sr. 



Students 121 



LITTLE, ERIN; Dallas, So. 

LIVIN, JEFF SCOTT; Houston, Sr. 

LONG, CYNTHIA E; Elgin, Fr. 

LONGACRE, LORI ANN; Georgetown. Jr. 

LOCKWOOD, ELLEN; Austin, Sr. 



LOPEZ, DELMA; Skidmore, So. 

LOWERY, M KEITH; Mesquite, Sr. 

LUCE, JOHN THEODORE; Dallas, Jr. 

LUND, CYNTHIA ANN; Houston, Jr. 

LUNGWITZ, KEVIN F; Houston, So. 




OTS STUDENTS STUDEN 




MACHACEK, PATRICIA; Palacios, Fr. 

MALSON, PAUL EDWIN; Woodlands, So. 

MANN, MARK DAVID; Austin, So. 

MANN, STEPHANIE; Pearsall, So. 

MARTIN, LISA ROSETTA; Austin, Jr. 



MARTINEZ, RAYMUNDO; Alice, Fr. 

MATHIS, TRAVIS ALLISON; Houston, Fr. 

MATZINGER, MICHAEL JOHN; Katy, 

So. 

MAYER, TRACY LYNN; Seabrook, Fr. 

MC AFEE, ALEX; San Antonio, Jr. 



MC CLAIN, DAVID JEFFREY; 

Georgetown, Sr. 

MC CREADY, MELINDA; Georgetown, Fr. 

MC CORD, JERRY JEFF; Corpus Christi, 

Fr. 
MC CULLOUGH, KIMBERLY; El Paso, 

Sr. 
MC DOWELL, ALAN; Tulsa, OK, Fr. 




122 Students 




MC FADDEN, DARCY JAMES; 

(Georgetown, So. 

MC GARITY, TIM; Favetteville. GA. Fr. 

MC KEE, SCOTT C; St. Louis, MO. Sr. 

MC KEEVER, DUNCAN; Corpus Christi, 

Fr. 

MC KNIGHT, AMY LUCILLE; Dallas. Fr. 



MC LAUGHLIN, DAVID W; Round Rock. 

Sr. 

MC LAUGHLIN, TIM; Oklahoma City. OK. 

So. 

MC LELLAND, LETITIA ANNE; Austin. 

Fr. 

MC MULLAN. GLENDA MARGARET; 

Austin. Fr. 

MC NEELY, MICHELLE LYNN; Austin. 

Jr. 



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MEDLENKA, CHRIS S; Fort Worth. Fr. 

MENCONI, DAVID; Westminster, CO. Sr. 

MERRILL, LAURA ANNE; Austin, Jr. 

MERRILL, RACHEL ELIZABETH; Austin, 

Fr. 

MERRITT, DANA L; Houston, Fr. 



MEYER, JULIE ANN; Channelview, Sr. 

MICKAN, DANIEL OSCAR; Georgetown, 

Sr. 

MIIKKULAINEN, RISTO PEKKA; 

Finland, Sr. 

MILLER, HELEN LORETTA; MacGregor. 

So. 

MINTER, ANN M: Baytown, Fr. 



MITTANCK, DEBORAH KAY; Bellville. 

Fr. 

MOESER, JENNIFER M; Austin, Fr. 

MOHUNDRO, SARAH LYNN; Waco. Fr. 

MOKSNES, HEIDI KRISTIN; Sweden. So. 

MONK, ELLEN MARIAN; Abilene. So. 



Students 123 



MONK, KAREN ANNITA; Gilmer, So. 

MONK, DAVID RANDY; Gilmer, Fr. 

MONTOYA, ADA THELMA; San Antonio, 

Jr. 
MOORE, KEITH TAYLOR; SmithviUe, Fr. 
MOORE, MICHELLE; Sulphur Springs, Fr. 



MOORE, TERRI KAY; Sealy, Fr. 

MORRIS, RHONDA ANN; Sulphur 

Springs, Fr. 

MORRIS, TRES; Fort Worth, So. 

MORRISON, GLENDA GAY; Houston, Jr. 

MORRISON, JAMES; Grapevine, Fr. 




ENTS STUDENTS ST 




MORSE, ELIZABETH; Georgetown, Jr. 

MOSELEY, EARL LEE; Seguin, Sr. 

MOUROUX, FRANCOISE; Austin, Fr. 

MOYE, KAROL KAE; Beaumont, Jr. 

MULLOY, MARIANNE; Round Rock, Jr. 



MURPHY, MELINDA LEA; Houston, Fr. 

MURRAY, TIMOTHY E; Dallas, Jr. 

NEDBALEK, DEBRA GAIL; Snook, Sr. 

NEELY, KYLE SCOTT; Austin, Sr. 

NELSON, JAHNNETTE; San Antonio, Fr. 



NEVES, ANNA B; Conroe, So. 

NICHOL, MARTHA JOE; Austin, So. 
NYBERG, TUSS MARLENE; Sweden, Fr. 
O'HARA, KATHLEEN M; Richardson, Fr. 

OBAR, EDNA JOYCE; Carrollton, Fr. 




124 Students 




OPITZ, JOHN ALLAN; San Antonio, Jr. 
OPOKU, PATRICK; Georgetown, Sr. 
ORSON, ASHLEY; La Mesa, So. 
PAGE, CONNIE; College Station, Fr. 
PAGE RAY DEAN; Grand Prarie, Sr. 



PALAGONIA, ANTHONY L; Georgetown, 

Sr. 

PARVIN, KATHRYN; Richardson, Fr. 

PARVIN, TERI GRACE; Richardson, So. 

PASCOE, GABRIEL; Mexico, Sr. 

PASS, SCOTT W; Richardson, Fr. 



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PATRICK, KATHLEEN E; Manor, Fr. 
PATRONELLA, MICHAEL B; Houston, Fr. 
PATTON, RALA CAY; Austin, Fr. 
PATY, DONNA SUE; Georgetown, Jr. 
PEACOCK, TERESA SUE; Lago Vista, Jr. 



PECKHAM, LAURA JO; Piano, Fr. 

PEEK, JEFF S; Austin, Sr. 

PEEL, JENNIFER LEAH; Denison. So. 

PENCE, MICHAEL WILLIAM; Austin, So. 

PEREZ, GILBERT EDWIN; San Antonio, 

Fr. 



PERKINS, JAN E; Austin, Fr. 
PETERSON, GRETCHEN; Georgetown, Sr. 
PFLUGHAUPT, SHARON K; Houston, Jr. 
PHARR, MARY CAROLYN; Houston, Fr. 
PHILMON, JENNIFER; Beaumont, Fr. 



Students 125 



PICKERING, BYRON KENT; Richardson, 

Fr. 
PICKENS, LARISSA; Albaquerque, NM, 

Fr. 
PITMAN, MARY KATHLEEN; Houston, 

Sr. 

POLK, SUSAN E; La Marque, Fr. 

POLLEX, CREIGHTON CARL; Houston, 

Sr. 



POOL, KENNETH WAYNE; Georgetown, 

Sr. 

POPE, JANINE LYNN; Austin, Sr. 

PORTER, MARGO MARIE; Houston, Fr. 

POTTS, ADA DENE; Lockhart, Fr. 

PYLE, MITZIE LEE; Houston, Sr. 




NTS STUDENTS 



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1 





PURCELL, IAN M; Texas City, Jr. 
PUSKARICH, MARGARET; Georgetown, 

So. 
QUICK, BRUCE HEFNER; Kingwood, Sr. 
RADFORD, KRISTEN LYNN; Beaumont, 

Fr. 
RADFORD, RHONDA KAY; Beaumont, Jr. 



RADOSAVLJEVIC, MOMIR; Austin, Sr. 

RALEY, DONNA KAY; Georgetown, So. 

RAMIREZ, JOE; Andice, Jr. 

RAMIREZ, REBECCA IRENE; Edinburg, 

Fr. 
RAMIREZ, ROBBIE LYNN; Edinburg, Jr. 



RASK, TERESA ANN; Killeen, Jr. 

RAVERT, LISA LYNN; Dallas, Fr. 

RAY, ROBIN; Corpus Christi Fr. 

REED, KAREN ELIZABETH; Round Rock, 

Sr. 
REGAN, MICHAEL P; Austin, So. 




126 Students 




REID, ANGELA PAIGE; Norman, OK, Fr. 
REYNOLDS, SHEREE K; Wharton, Sr. 
RHODES, LISA GAIL; Austin, Sr. 
RICE, JON COLLINS; Houston, Fr. 
RICHARDS, DANIEL; Lake Jackson, Sr. 



■NTS 



RICHARDS, DAWN MICHELLE; Austin, 

Fr. 

RICHBURG, DEBBIE ANN; Austin, Jr. 

RICKER, PHILIP DANIEL; Austin, Jr. 

RICKEY, PATRICIA GAIL; Houston, Fr. 

RIDENOUR, LINDA ANN; Fort Worth, Fr. 



MujturtA akudjufa) 




RIGGS, LAURA B; Houston. Fr. 
RIGSBY, ALICE GAYLE; Houston, So. 
RISINGER, BRIAN; Kerrville, So. 
RISINGER, TRACY; San Antonio, Sr. 
ROBERTS, STUART D; Richardson, Jr. 



ROBERTSON, COLLEEN; Beaumont, So. 
ROLLINS, KATHRYN; Austin, Fr. 
ROOK, KEITH ALAN; AmariUo, So. 
ROSS, AMY; Dimmitt; So. 
ROSS, PAUL KEVIN; Johnson City, Sr. 



ROTHHAMMER, LAURIE; Georgetown. 

So. 

ROWE, BEN DAVID; Richardson. Fr. 

RUDDY, PATRICK MICHAEL; Beaumont. 

Sr. 

RUSHING, SARA JEAN; Houston. So. 

SAKEWITZ, CLAYTON BOYD; Taylor, Fr. 



Students 127 



SAKKERS, EWOUD; Netherlands, Fr. 

SALAS, NORMA JEAN; Austin, So. 

SALERNO, ELIZABETH ANNE; Austin, 

Fr. 
SANDERS, LESLIE KENT; Midland, Sr. 
SASSMAN, DAVID HAROLD; Austin, Fr. 



SAWYER, LESA; Georgetown, So. 

SCHELER, WANDA; San Antonio, Sr. 

SCHLEY, ROBERT M; George West, Sr. 

SCHMACHTENBERGER, DAVID; 

Edmond, OK, Jr. 

SCHNEIDER, CHARLES JEFFREY; Fort 

Worth, Jr. 




INTS STUDENTS 




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SCHROEDER, DEBRA ANN; Killeen, Jr. 

SCHROEDER, KAREN KAY; Killeen, Fr. 

SCHWARZENBACH, NICOLAS; Kerrville, 

Fr. 

SCOTT, LAURA LEE; Houston, Fr. 

SEILER, NANCY ANN; San Antonio, Sr. 



SELLERS, JOANNA LYNN; Jonesboro, Fr. 

SELLS, EUGENIA GEE; Gonzales, Sr. 

SELZ, MARK; San Antonio, Sr. 

SHACKELFORD, STACEY LYNN; Austin, 

Fr. 
SHEPHERD, SUSAN S; Houston, So. 



SHERROD, ANNE RIVEIRE; Fort Worth, 

Sr. 

SHILLER, CAROL DENISE; Houston, Jr. 

SHOEMAKER, ROSEMARIE; Killeen Sr. 

SHULTZ, BLYTHE A; San Antonio, Sr. 

SHULTZ, CARMEN LEIGH; San Antonio, 

Jr. 




128 Students 




SIDERS, JACKIE K; Mc Allen Jr. 
SIKES, LEA ANN; Austin, Sr. 
SIMMONS, DAWN; St. Petersburg, FL, Fr. 
SIPTAK, JO ANN; Taylor, Fr. 
SISSOM, BERT WADDELL; Irving, Jr. 



SMITH, AMY LOUISE; Houston, Fr. 
SMITH, APRIL LEE; Mission, Sr. 
SMITH, LA MARRIOL LYNNE; Waco, Sr. 
SMITH, MICHAEL GILES; Denton, Fr. 
SMITH, RONALD R; Austin, Fr. 



NTS 



Abuknfo Atucbcto 




SMITH, RANDALL LEE; Houston, Sr. 
SMITH, SAMUEL JAY; San Antonio, Jr. 
SMITH, SANDRA JEAN; Beaumont, So. 
SMITH, SCOTT W; Georgetown, Jr. 
SOLOMON, CHRISTOPHER LEE; Piano, 
Fr. 



SORRELL, WAYNE; Favetteville, AR, Fr. 
SPRINKLE, LAURA LEE; Fort Worth, So. 
STANDIFER, RICHARD LEE; Waco, Fr. 
STANLEY, CYNTHIA R; Austin, Fr. 
STANLEY, MARGARET ANN; Midland, 
Fr. 



STARR, CARLENE MARY; Brekenridge, 

So. 

STELL, DORIANNE; Missouri City, Sr. 

STEPHENS, KEVIN B; Austin, Fr. 

STEPHENS, STEPHANIE; Nacogdoches, 

Sr. 

STEVENSON, DAVID ELLIOTT; Houston, 

Sr. 



Students 129 



STINSON, WENDY KAY; Austin, Fr. 

STOCKHAM, CHARLOTTE; Houston, Fr. 

STOKES, JENNIFER; Beaumont, Fr. 

STONE, DONNA LYNN; Cedar Park, Fr. 

STONE, RUSSELL DAVID; Georgetown, 

SR. 



STROTHER, TOM POWERS; Dallas, Sr. 

STUTES, RANDY DON; Winnie, Jr. 

SUERMONDT, HENRI JAAP; Holland, Fr. 

SUMMERALL, PATTI LYNN; Coricana, 

So. 
SUNSERI, STEPHANIE; Galveston, Fr. 




NTS STUDENTS 




SWIFT, PAUL ALAN; Georgetown, Sr. 

SWORDS, ERICA; Covington, LA, So. 

SYVERTSON, DONNA; Universal City, Fr. 

TAGGART, FREDERIC; Dallas, So. 

TAYLOR, TREG ANTHONY; Austin, Fr. 



THOMAS, WALTER JOE; Mineral Wells, 

Fr. 

THOMPSON, CHARLES DOUGLAS; 

Austin, Sr. 

TONN, LISA RENEE; Georgetown, Sr. 

TRIETSCH, PAULA RUTH; Arlington, So. 

TROST, JENNIFER ANN; Lubboock, Fr. 



TSE, KING CHUNG; Georgetown, Sr. 
TURNER, ASHLEY STOCKTON; Houston, 

Fr. 

USREY, ROBERT LIGON; Midland, Jr. 

VALE, D'ANNA CAROL; Houston, Jr. 

VALDEZ, VERONICA E; Baytown, Sr. 



130 Students 





VANDRUFF, RAYMOND LEE ; Cypress, 

So. 

VANECEK, MICHELLE DENISE; Temple, 

So. 

VAN EERDE, WENDELIEN; Holland, Fr. 

VARGAS, YVONNE; Corpus Christi, Sr. 

VESTAL, PAUL; George West, Fr. 



VICKERS, VICKI ANN; Houston, Sr. 
VIDAURRI, DENISE A; San Antonio, Fr 
VIDAURRI, PATRICIA; San Antonio, Sr. 
WALDRIP, PAMELA: Fredricksburg, Sr. 
WALKER, LEIGH ANN; Piano, Fr. 



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WALKER, WILLIAM; Channelview, Fr. 
WALKER, TRACY RENEE; Wheeler, Fr. 
WALSH, MARCE LYNN; Houston, Fr. 
WALTHER, DEBORAH; Georgetown, So. 
WANG, JEFFREY S; Houston, So. 



WARD, VIVIAN; Georgetown, Fr. 

WARMINK, ELAINE KAYE; Georgetown, 

Jr. 

WEBB, ELISE A; Austin, Fr. 

WEBB, JEFFERSON; Birmingham, MICH 

Fr. 

WEBSTER, JOE CARTER; Irving, Jr. 



WEINBERGER, RHONDA; Austin So. 
WIER, MICHAEL R; El Paso, Fr. 
WELLAMN, PHILIP; Georgetown, Sr. 
WEST, MICHAEL D; Mc Kinney, Fr. 
WETTSTEIN, LAURA LYNN: Midland, 
Sr. 



Students 131 



WHEELER, KAREN E; Austin, Jr. 
WHITE, KEVIN BERNARD; Orange, So. 
WHITLEY, JAMES TERRY; Temple, Sr. 
WHITLOW, SANDIA ANN; Round Rock, 

Jr. 
WIETERS, BRIAN K; Iving, Fr. 



WILES, DORI HELENE; Rowlett, Jr. 

WILKERSON, RONNIE LEE: Crandall, Sr. 

WILKINS, LINDA SUSAN; Houston, Sr. 

WILKINSON, TIMOTHY PAUL; Center, 

Fr. 
WILLIAMS, ELAINE P; Victoria, Sr. 




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WILLIAMS, MARCIA RENE; Luling, Fr. 

WILLIAMS, LESLIE Highland Park, Sr. 

WILLIAMS, MARY LYNNE; Marshall, Sr. 

WILLIAMS, TRACEY; Georgetown, So. 

WILLIAMSON, DEBORA; Mc Queeney, Jr. 



WILLIS, COLLEEN F; Pflugerville, Sr. 

WILLIS, JONI; Shreveport, LA, Jr. 

WILLIS, MARY CAY; San Antonio, Jr. 

WILSON, ROBERT A; Georgetown, SR. 

WINFREY, JOHN N; Austin, Fr. 



WINK, AMY LAURA; Austin, Fr. 

WIPFF, JOHN DOUGLAS; Houston, Fr. 

WITCHER, DAVID GALLERY; Houston, 

Jr. 
WOLBRUECK, MONICA M; Bartlett, Sr. 
WOLLER, DAVID LLOYD; San Antonio, 

Fr. 




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WRIGHT, KRISTI L; Anchorage, AK, Fr 

WYBORNEY, DAVID ALAN; Houston, Jr. 

YANDELL, GEORGIA BETH; Cleburne, 

Fr. 

YAPLE, LAURA E; Houston, So. 

YERKES, NANCY LOUISE; Houston, So. 



YOUNGER, TARA BENET; Waco, Fr. 

YOUNG, PAUL MONROE; San Antonio, 

Sr. 

YOUNG, ROBERT ELDON; Houston, Fr. 

YOUNGBLOOD, NORMAN EDGAR; 

Seguin, So. 

ZEARFOSS, ROBERT; San Antonio, Fr. 




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ZEIN-ELDIN, DAVID F; Galveston, Fr. 

ZGOURIDES, KIM ANNE; Kerrville, Fr. 

ZIKA, SAMANTHA ANN; Wheeling, IL, 

Fr. 

SINK, MARCI MARIE; Houston, So. 

ZIRKEL, DORI-LYN CHRISTINE; Alice, 

Jr. 



ZIRKLE, SUSAN JOY; San Antonio, Sr. 



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1984 was definitely a year to remember. George Orwell perceived it as a year to rewrite history. We have tried to 
change, but we have kept those traditions which made Southwestern great. This has been a year of great stride for 
the University and hopefully for you as well. The 1984 Sou'Wester was put together for you to remember these 
times at Southwestern. 

Words alone cannot express my gratitude to those who helped me with this project. Anita Brown, Greg Caudell, 
Michelle Vanecek, Dean Brightwell, Dean Swift, Traci Datallo, David Fisher, Rhonda Radford, George Hutchin- 
son, Kristen Radford, Nancy Seiler, Ken Poole, Lawrence Thorne, Sarah Berthold, Karen Dailey, Alison Smith, 
Lynda Lawer, and Lori Miller helped me immensely. Special thanks go to Barbara Thomas, Faye Hubbard, and 
Marty Curtis for allowing me to have access to the New Service's publications and photographs. Also, I must thank 
Mary Beth Karr, Gayle Sampley, Virginia Eubanks, Kathy McDonough, and Julie Tunnell. Without these people, 
the 1984 Sou'Wester would not have been possible. 

For everything, there is a season; a time to meet and a time to be known, a time to strive and a time to achieve, a 
time to entertain and a time to enjoy, a time to work and a time to play, a time to be alone and a time to be 
together, a time for tradition and a time for change, a time to begin and a time to end. 1984, a time to remember! 



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1984 Sou'Wester Editor 



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